Vote Baby Names for DC Baby Eagles

Vote Baby Names for DC Baby Eagles

Vote Baby Names

Vote baby names: Click Here to Vote for the Top Four Names – (Copyright AEF)

It is time to vote to name the two DC Eaglets. Click Here to vote for the name you would choose for the DC baby eagles.

Voting started Monday, April 24, 2017 and will end on Friday, April 28, 2017 at 11:59pm.

The official announcement of what names the DC Baby Eagles will have will be made on May 3, 2017 at the National Arboretum in DC.

Please consider supporting the DC Eagle CAM by purchasing this Tee Shirt. CLICK HERE. The 2017 Eaglet’s name will be on the Tee Shirts

 

Vote Baby Names for DC Baby Eagles

There are four different names to chose from. Name these baby eagles. Click Here to Vote Now. (Copyright AEF)

WHAT WOULD YOU NAME US?

Vote Baby Names Now!

 

Apr23rd Eaglets sleep in fetal position

Since DC4 was returned to the nest on April 21st, the two baby eaglets cuddle often. It is clear that DC5 is the dominate eaglet. They sleep in the fetal position. What would you name us?     Vote Now to select our names. (Copyright AEF)

To get familiar with these lovable baby eagles, read my blogs.

  1. Blog: My Pet Eagles – A Virtual Experience
  2. Blog: Baby Eagles Welcomed By Their Parents – My Pet Eagles
  3. Blog: Eagles Rescued in DC is a Story of Heroism and Love
  4. Blog: Honor and Glory are the names of the two baby eagles

Click Here To Watch The Eagle’s Nest LIVE 24-Hour CAM

  1. The DC Eagle CAM – CAMs A&B remain on 24hours a day. At anytime of the day of night, you can watch what is going on in the nest live.
  2. The American Eagle Foundation Facebook Group – Follow the eagle conservation activities of the eagle’s nest in DC and Southwest Florida
  3. The Facebook Group Account for the DC EagleCam Watchers Club – This Facebook Group is dedicated to monitoring and watching the 24-hour activities of the DC Eagles in this  nest.

All pictures and videos are Copyrighted Material of The American Eagle Foundation

Thanks to @dceaglecam, @eaglesdotorg, all of the many sponsors and government agencies, and to all of the volunteers who spend countless hours monitoring the CAM 24-hours a day, conducting the education chat sessions, and for they do to make our experience with these mated Bald Eagles and their precious baby eagles memorable and enjoyable.

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